Commitee for Free & Fair Elections in Cambodia (COMFREL)
Wednesday, 05 December 2012 , Written by « Administrator »   
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 About: COMFREL has its origins in the Task Force of Cambodia, which came together to provide an independent, non-partisan domestic monitoring team for the May 1993 UNTAC elections and worked in close collaboration with the relevant international organisations throughout Cambodia in order to monitor the electoral process, before, during and after polling day.  In 1995, a decision was made to establish COMFREL as a permanent election monitoring organisation.

COMFREL's mission is to help to create an informed and favourable climate; 1)- for free and fair elections through lobbying and advocacy for a suitable legal framework, education to inform voters of their rights and monitoring activities that both discourage irregularities and provide comprehensive monitoring data to enable an objective, non-partisan assessment of the election process;  and 2)- for meaningfulness of post elections through education and public forums to encourage citizens to participate in politics and decision-making, advocacy/lobby for electoral reforms that increase accountability of elected officials and provide comprehensive monitoring data to enable an objective, non-partisan assessment of the fulfillment of political platform and performance of elected officials.

  • Address: #138, St. 122, Sangkat Teuk Laak 1, Khan Toul Kork, or P.O. Box 1145, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
 
  • Contact: (855-23) 884 150
  • Fax: (855-23) 883 750
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  • Website: http://www.comfrel.org/
 
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